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When Garden Pests Come Indoors

2020 has been unusual in so many ways for gardeners. First we had no rain, and now too much rain. It does seem the...

Escaping to the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

In these times of isolation and limits on things to do, we should think about those special places where we can get away,...

Amenities Drive Luxury Rental Choice

As in many parts of the District, the Hill and nearby neighborhoods have seen their fair share of new luxury apartment buildings. Representatives of...

August Welcomes the Sunflower

So much has been different about the summer of 2020 – our health, our economy, our daily lives.  Amid all the disruption, it’s always...

The Garden Miracles that Bring Us Peace

Our own various philosophies and faith traditions provide sustenance during these troubled times. But in the deep recesses of our hearts and minds we...

Dear Garden Problem Lady

The top leaves and lower stems of my New England Asters, usually the star of my September garden, are brown and shriveled. I have...

63rd CHRS House and Garden Tour

Every Mother’s Day weekend, for sixty-two consecutive years, the Capitol Hill Restoration Society has hosted a House and Garden Tour.  History moved forward; administrations...

Under the Hill of Clutter?

I have never liked open plan living, much preferring doors, walls, closets, cupboards, basements, attics, garages – particularly now, when there’s nowhere to go,...

Beware of “Active” 2020 Hurricane Season

And “active” is not good! The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) predicts another possible 15+ named storms during the 2020 hurricane season. This is...

TFCH Can Help Get Tree for Your Yard

As the year inches towards fall the trees turn, and the minds of some of our residents are turned to the trees. Trees for Capitol...
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